I am investigating ideas related to post-colonialism, national identity and social injustices in colonial countries, trying to reflect on them within my live in the Global North, and from the perspective of the Global South.
It is present in my work the role of the memory, history, emigration, ideology, personal memories, and family experiences, which provides me the insights and awareness of my identity.
I work with different kind of media -timebase material- including sound and video, performance, sculptural objects and archives; trying to combine them in various installations.
I like to explore the means of movement, transition, displacement, change, impermanent and invisible.
My current subject of interest involves questions of human condition in a backward culture. The powerful silent machine and invisible abyssal line trace between Global North and Global South over the last century.
Is also part of my interest the side effect of post-colonialism related to displacement of native cultures, criminality, political corruption, dictatorship, genocide and media representation.
My research is trying to uncover the false trace of the history that consider a New World within an already existed Old and ancestral World, discovering the strategies the colonial countries use it to blind the society by a reconstruction of a new national identity.